execution cycle

execution cycle

[‚ek·sə′kyü·shən ‚sī·kəl]
(computer science)
The time during which an elementary operation takes place.
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The new capability complements ThinkVine's leading cross-channel marketing planning and optimization software platform, providing marketers with a complete view from top to bottom within the planning and execution cycle.
As the execution cycle follows, the topline would grow.
That volatility, and doubts about the US Federal Reserve's $85 billion a month bond buying programme, prolonged the deal execution cycle as windows of opportunity opened and shut rapidly.
The budget to execution cycle is demanding, and more so when you can only execute at last year's plan during a continuing resolution.
Evans is responsible for the yearlong planning and execution cycle of LDAC.
POWERSHELL Logistics Suite helps the top management to bring in much required visibility in the entire shipment execution cycle.
Even though we compressed the decision cycle time from countless hours in 1991 to 35 minutes in 2003, it was not enough to operate inside the enemy's execution cycle.
Any PLC has the following execution cycle (Arzen, 1994):
Some email files have raised significant amounts in a few days, at very low cost, compared to the much longer planning, creation, and execution cycle of direct mail.
The utility must be able to guarantee a given Quality of Service level throughout the each application execution cycle.
Unlike general-purpose real-time computers that are event or interrupt driven, the PIM has a constant and fixed execution cycle, which runs constantly in dedicated hardware.
In addition to facilitating the planning and booking of cross-network digital signage campaigns, the integration also automates the multi-network campaign execution cycle